Callaway MD3 Milled Black Wedges

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Callaway MD3 Milled Black Wedges

Grind: C Grind
Hand: Left
Loft: 58.0
Bounce: 8.0
Shaft: Dynamic Gold Steel
Flex: S300
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Callaway MD3 Milled Black Wedges

3 Grinds. 3 Grooves. Get Up And Down From Anywhere.

In creating the MD3 wedge line, Callaway’s engineers wanted to design wedge options that would work with different types of course conditions, for different types of shots, and for players with different swing characteristics. The end result was the development of three different grinds and three different groove patterns. In terms of the grinds available, the S-Grind (standard) fits the largest number of players by working seamlessly with different swing shapes and turf conditions. The C-Grind (crescent) is most effective for players who have a shallow angle of attack and a good choice from firmer turf and sand conditions. The W-Grind (wide), meanwhile, has a wider sole that makes it easier hit and a great option for players with a steep angle of attack. It’s also a good choice from softer sand and turf conditions. As for the grooves, the pitching and gap wedges (30V grooves), the sand wedges (20V grooves), and the lob wedges (5V grooves) have different groove patterns to control spin, with the grooves becoming more aggressive in terms of spin as the lofts increase. The MD3 series comes in lofts ranging from 46 to 60 degrees. The Matte Black finish, a popular choice among Tour players, will rust with use and is a good option for players who are worried about glare.


Lofts 46°, 48°, 50°, 52°, 54°, 56°, 58°, 60°
Sole Options C-Grind, S-Grind, W-Grind
Shaft Dynamic Gold Steel
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Ideal For:

Golfers of all ability levels and playing profiles. There are MD3 wedges that are right for your game; it’s just a matter of properly identifying what you need for your game the courses you play. Once you’ve made that determination, your choice will be clear and you can count on these wedges to perform. And don’t be afraid to use more than one grind in your bag, as that will better prepare you for any shot you might encounter.

Progressive Groove Optimization

The use of different grooves enables golfers to better control their ball. For example, you don’t want full shots with a pitching or gap wedge spinning off the green, thus the use of less aggressive grooves. But on short shots around the green, you want to be able to impart as much spin as possible, which is why more aggressive grooves are utilized in the sand and lob wedges.

Progressive Groove Optimization

Weight Ports

The weight saved by drilling Weight Ports into the back of the flange allows the CG to be positioned where it needs to be in each grind design to make it function as intended.

Weight Ports

What They're Saying...

“The most comprehensive line we’ve ever had. We talk about three grooves, three grinds, get up and down from anywhere. We got a lot of feedback from tour players about how much spin they want to have with their gap wedges versus their sand wedge versus their lob wedge. You don’t want a ball that sucks off the green with your gap or your pitching wedge.”

Dave Neville, Callaway Global Director for Woods and Wedges

What Players Like You Are Saying...

“I tried all three grinds. Honestly, I liked all of them; they felt good. But the C was the one I felt I hit the best. I could control the ball even on shorter shots. It just felt a little heavier, which I like.”

TGW customer Bob, 3 handicap, live testing at Callaway, 3/8/16

“I hit the 56, 58, and 60. Overall, I liked the shape of them. I felt like I had a really consistent ball flight. I think the different grinds were interesting. We just hit them off the grass so you could kind of see the different ball flight you get with the different grinds.”

TGW customer Dave, 1 handicap, live testing at Callaway, 3/8/16


  • Finish: Black
  • Gender: Men's
  • Type: Wedges
  • Groove Type: Progressive Groove Optimization System: 30V • 20V • 5V
  • Top Rated: 4.8
Callaway MD3 Milled Black Wedges 8.0 Dynamic Gold Steel is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not just a looker I recieved this club about a month and half ago and love it. This club lifts the ball with ease and you can control the ball amazingly well. I can take a full swing at 80 yards and it will hit and stick.
Date published: 2018-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for me. I purchased the 64*, cause I wanted something for that 60 to 80 yard range where I could still take a full swing. Not a fan of trying to take something off a 60*. Carry 5 wedges now and I don't lay up anymore on shorter par 4s.
Date published: 2018-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Calllaway MD3 64 Great wedge at a price point that’s even better!! 64 deg black - perfect for bunker shots and flops also my go to from 75 yards.
Date published: 2018-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great look and feel This wedges has a great weight and feel to it. Perfect around the greens
Date published: 2018-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent wedges with great feel Reluctantly switched to MD3 56 & 60 deg wedges, after having used Cleaveland all these years. Extremely happy with the wedges & had no problem adapting. The groves are great & help provide that extra backspin. So now this combined with the Callaway Epic irons, driver & hybrids, have an awesome set in the bag.
Date published: 2017-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These wedges are great. Looks, feel, bounce and distance are amazing. This is my second round of Callaway wedges. I had the Callaway X Tours a decade + ago. I was looking for wedges to compliment my Callaway XR OS irons that I bought last summer. I could not be happier with these. My XR OS pitching wedge is strong at 44 degrees. So I wound up settling on the 48 degree/8 bounce S Grind for a gap wedge or approach wedge, 56 degrees/12 bounce S Grind for my sand wedge, and 60 degrees/11 bounce S Grind for my lob wedge. The Matte Black finish is great looking. No shinning glares towards your eyes on bright sunny days that you would get from a chrome finish. I am really hitting these a long way. My carry distances in yards are as follows: 48 is 100-125 club, 56 is 70-100, my 60 is my 55-70 club. With the S Grind and 11/12 degrees of bounce it’s really easy to chip, pitch, or play bunker shots. Lean left, shaft forward, straight back and through shoulder rock and chips land on the front of the green and roll true to the pin. The Chrome soft ball pairs well with these wedges. With the aggressive grooves on the 60 my playing partners have noticed me backing up the ball when I hold the face open on pitch shots. I would highly recommend theses for any handicap.
Date published: 2017-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great club I`m new at golf but with this club i can put the ball whenever i want on the field, i don't know if its me or the club but it really feels great.
Date published: 2017-10-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from BLack Matte finish coming off Club is fine except the finish started coming off of the face after hitting 10 balls at the range.
Date published: 2017-10-01
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What is the different a in bounce

Asked by: Bigd5354
The bounce angle and sole grind of the club will help with the way the club interacts with the turf. The different grinds offer different bounce angles so you can match the proper choice to your swing (shallow, steep or neutral attack angle) as well as the turf conditions you generally play on.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-02-28

What is the difference between the C Grind and the S grind?

Asked by: BrianBarry
The S grind is a standard sole grind and fits the largest variety of swing types and turf conditions. The C grind has a crescent sole that works great with golfers who have a shallow angle of attack and works great on firm turf conditions.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2016-08-31

Why am I not able to order through the website the Callaway MD3 matte black finish wedge with these specs: 60 degree loft/12 degree bounce, Dynamic gold S300 shaft?

Asked by: DanielJHall
It looks like we don't have this club with those specs available.
Answered by: TGW_Stacy
Date published: 2017-09-15

left or right hand ? how do i know which to order ?

Asked by: mac manusa
You will select your dominant hand. If you are right handed you will select a right handed club, same for left handed.
Answered by: tgw_tori
Date published: 2019-01-20

Please explain the different "bounce" angels.

Asked by: Tusgaliga
Bounce enables the head to 'bounce' out of the sand or rough without snagging. Low Bounce Wedges are ideal for shots from tight lies and firm turf conditions .Standard Bounce is the best all-around wedge for play-ability in all types of conditions for all types of players. High Bounce wedges are designed for play out of soft turf and sand.
Answered by: TGW_Brady
Date published: 2017-05-01
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